Denver Corporate Client Mural

Jonathan finished up this week’s mural project Tuesday night (or should I say Wednesday morning?) for The Regis Company in Golden, CO. He worked at night (by his request) so he could cruise along and not disturb the company’s employees. (I have mentioned it before, but Jonathan started out as an artist back in the day painting murals in homes).

This client (awesome, awesome people willing to take a chance on an animation-ish, whiteboard style mural) found Jonathan’s whiteboard animation/video scribe work online and contacted him to see if they could work together.

A mural by Denver illustrator Jonathan Fenske

The mural is 16’Wx8’H and is painted on MDO signboard. I have to brag on my man: he engineered this cool way to hang the panels on two strips running horizontally. The panels are fitted with 45-degree-angle pieces of whitewood that interlock for easy removal. Why not just screw the panels into the wall, right? Well, this way, the company, which is growing like gangbusters, can lift off the panels in a jiffy and take them to their new corporate space one day when it’s needed.

You might notice the empty cartoon bubbles on the mural. Those are for removable vinyl art that can be applied for various client visits or other uses. Using these removable pieces of vinyl allows the mural to be updated with projects, awards or anything relevant that happens later.

Detail of a mural by the Denver illustrator Jonathan Fenske

Detail of a Colorado mural by Jonathan Fenske

A mural for a corporate client by Denver artist Jonathan Fenske, detail

Thanks for stopping by our blog! Check out our Etsy shop for some original art from $49 or canvas Giclee prints from $99, all by Jonathan, of course. And don’t forget, Woodward and McTwee debuts March 20, 2014 for the young reader in your life. 

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